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Earlier this month, Aaron of Phlearn held a live Q&A session on YouTube with his co-host Shiree which clocks in at over two hours long. If you click the video below to watch it on YouTube, you can see the description for time stamps. The video is focused on retouching and sharpening images, which is a very broad topic, of course. When retouching and sharpening images, there are many different
As part of their third season of Shooting Stories That Sell, SLR Lounge has released a free video showing off ten steps to retouch your images for print. While it's nice to view and share images on the web, there's something truly special about a print, so you want to ensure that you're doing everything necessary for preparing your digital file for printing and hanging. Before you eve
You may know photographer and prolific YouTuber Jessica Kobeissi from her videos in which she and other photographers all photograph the same model. They're interesting to see how each photographer has a different take on the same subject. A lot of what differentiates the photographers is their processing and retouching styles. In the video below, Kobeissi goes through a portrait retouch from
If you like dramatic portraiture and want to learn more about retouching, Nathaniel Dodson of tutvid has just the video for you. In the video below, Dodson discusses the liquify tool in Photoshop CC, performing non-destructive edits to your photos, cleaning up blemishes, retouching eyes using adjustment layers, adjusting skin tone and color grading your image and finally, performing sharpening. (
Today we have a pair of portrait retouching videos to share with you. If you are new to portrait photography or simply want to find ways to improve your efficiency and effectiveness with retouching, this is the place to be. The first video comes from Adorama TV and photographer Mark Wallace. It's actually a supplement to a video Wallace did in November with Adorama, which you can see here. Th
Happy first day of fall, Imaging Resource readers in the northern hemisphere. We'll kick off autumn with four pieces of interesting photography content for you to enjoy. We start with a video about high-end fashion retouching. We then move to a cool new video from Mathieu Stern, who is always up to something intriguing with old or otherwise odd optics. After that, we look at some abstract pho
Frequency separation is a very useful method for softening skin during retouching. However, like many photo editing techniques, it is also easy to overuse and for best results, a subtle touch is required. PiXimperfect has created a tutorial to show how to use the Mixer Brush in Photoshop to perform subtle, fine-tuned frequency separation. If you would like to use the same images as are used in th
Here’s a 6-minute video in which photographer and retoucher Nino Batista looks at some of the most common retouching mistakes that amateur photographers tend to make. Eliminate these from your post-processing workflow to take your photos to the next level.Here’s a quick rundown of what Batista highlights in the video:Mistake #1: Over Saturating Color: All the color boosting, all the t
Subtle corrective dodging and burning can go a long way to improve the appearance of skin by smoothing the tonal transitions created by shadows. This 30-minute tutorial from photographer Chris Knight demonstrates the effectiveness of the technique from start to finish.The goal here is to soften the transitions between tones in the skin without losing detail in the textures. The technique can be u


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